Subject: How do electrons move and why does it not classify as perpetual motion?
Date: Thu Jun 15 07:40:21 2006
Posted by Malcolm Hare
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: Fort Lauderdale State/Province: FL.
Area of science: Physics
I'd like to know more about the use of magnets for motion and energy and why,
when things are moving around us all the time, there is no perpetual motion.
It seems to me that atoms move perpetually and that energy is always moving
without any outside influance. Can you please explain this to me?
Re: How do electrons move and why does it not classify as perpetual motion?
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